Tag Archives: Information sensitivity

What would you say to an employer who asked for your Facebook login?

The main themes you want to touch Security: Need to protect everyone’s Private Identifying Information. Violation of Facebook policy: It is against Facebook’s user policy to share login information. OFCCP regulations against asking for marital status, children and age. Be … Continue reading

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Do You Know Your Cost of a Lost Laptop?

In 2009 the Cost of a Lost Laptop study was conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Intel Corporation. It was the first benchmark study to estimate the full cost associated with a lost or stolen laptop. The average value … Continue reading

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Electronic Security of Business Information on Your Network

You need to start with the general security of your network. Which computers and servers store sensitive personally identifying information of your customers and employees. Do not forget employees’ personal notebooks and home computers connecting remotely. Do your digital copiers, … Continue reading

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Do you know what private information your company has?

The first step in securing your customer’s and employee’s private information is knowing what you collect and who has access to it. You need to list all the data you collect – account numbers, credit card numbers, email addresses, bank … Continue reading

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